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Haitian Creole Document Translation Services

Creole is considered a very stable language and has grown majorly in population over the last 500 years. Creole is a mix of parent languages which combines them to form a new language. To create more native speakers, children are taught the language as their primary.

Creole can be found in a lot of places. It is a non-official minority language and some countries have never had it granted as an official or even semi-official language.

Professional Haitian Creole Translation Services

Creole is typically spoken in the Caribbean, Africa, Australia, and in parts of South America.

We offer professional Creole translation services to suit your needs. Our skilled translators will assist with medical, financial, legal, scholarly, and many other fields. Any document can be translated into Creole by our professional staff. Diplomas, degrees, transcripts, books, essays, and certificates will be translated accurately and efficiently.

About the Haitian Creole Language:

Creole is what is considered a mix of languages that are derived from parent languages. This can be formed by combining a mix of two languages such as Haitian and French. You would come up with the popular Haitian Creole. This language was developed as a means for people to be able to communicate within their groups. They could then communicate with other people who were not part of their same group.

Typically the language is based on either French or English as a foundation. There are different rules for different sentence structure and also words within a sentence. To intensify the meaning of a word the adjective can be doubled.

Interesting Creole Fact:

The most widely spoken form of Creole is Haitian Creole. It has more than 8 million speakers alone. It is a combination of Haitian and French put together.

Main Industries:

  • Agriculture
  • Manufacturing
  • Textiles
  • Farming
  • Production
  • Exports

Creole Language Facts:

  • There are 4 types of Creoles
  • Children are born learning the language, meaning they are taught it from birth
  • This is a stable language
  • Creole is considered a minority language

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